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Aphanopetalum resinosum

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Aphanopetalum resinosum, known as the gum vine, is a small plant growing in rainforest or eucalyptus forest in eastern Australia, from north-east Victoria, through New South Wales and north to Queensland.[3]

Usually a vine or small shrub growing in moist areas. Leaves 4 to 8 cm long, 1.5 to 3 cm wide, wavy edged or toothed. Leaf stem 2 to 5 mm long. The stems hairless, marked with lenticels. Four petal flowers form on cymes, petals 1 to 3 mm long. The fruit is a nut, 2 to 3 mm long.[3]

Conservation status

In Victoria it is listed as "vulnerable", being known only from a single collection near Mallacoota.[4]

References

  1. ^ "Aphanopetalum resinosum". Australian Plant Name Index, IBIS database. Centre for Plant Biodiversity Research, Australian Government.
  2. ^ Endlicher, S.F.L. in Endlicher, S.F.L. & Fenzl, E. (1839) Novarum Stirpium Decades 5:34. Retrieved 9 September 2019
  3. ^ a b Harden, G.J. (1990) Aphanopetalum resinosum Plant Net, Royal Botanic Garden Sydney. Retrieved 16 August 2009
  4. ^ "Aphanopetalum resinosum, Flora of Victoria". vicflora.rbg.vic.gov.au. Retrieved 9 September 2019.

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Aphanopetalum resinosum: Brief Summary

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Aphanopetalum resinosum, known as the gum vine, is a small plant growing in rainforest or eucalyptus forest in eastern Australia, from north-east Victoria, through New South Wales and north to Queensland.

Usually a vine or small shrub growing in moist areas. Leaves 4 to 8 cm long, 1.5 to 3 cm wide, wavy edged or toothed. Leaf stem 2 to 5 mm long. The stems hairless, marked with lenticels. Four petal flowers form on cymes, petals 1 to 3 mm long. The fruit is a nut, 2 to 3 mm long.

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